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PV Sindhu: Grit and Gold

Kaveree Bamzai

Beyond the shy smile and killer lunge

World At Their Feet

World Cups in cricket and rugby, a brand new version of a century-old tennis tournament, and Liverpool’s timely tryst with triumph—it promises to be a breakneck year for the sports fanatic

The League of Champions

From the Kohli cult to the fantastic four of tennis, Messi’s fight for his legacy to an epic clash between Hamilton and Vettel, it’s a great year to be a sports fan

Made by Gopichand

The glory of PV Sindhu in Rio highlights the story of a super coach living his dreams through his students

Playing it Like a Girl

The rise of the athletic feminine and how Indian women in sports cope with the stereotypes of body images

PV Sindhu

She was first noticed in 2009 when she won a bronze in the sub-junior Asian Championships in Colombo

The Mind and Method of Gopichand

A player excluded from the Indian team has sued P Gopichand. Is the national badminton coach an unfair autocrat or just someone who excels at his job?

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